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08 14 2020

German tape manufacturer Tesa plans to build a 55 million EUR (65 million USD) factory in Northern Vietnam in an effort to expand its production as from 2023, according to Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper.

08 14 2020

Vietnam’s mergers and acquisitions market continues to be a magnet for Southeast Asian buyers, especially those from Thailand and Singapore that are increasingly taking over local assets in the country. 

08 13 2020

The Ha Noi Stock Exchange (HNX) has issued a new rule to run the corporate bond portal to publicise bond deals and give investors more news about the market.

08 13 2020

Dr Burkhard Schrage, Senior Programme Manager of Management at RMIT’s School of Business & Management talked with Viet Nam News reporter about the work of equitising State-owned enterprises during the COVID-19 pandemic.

08 07 2020

With the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement coming into force, Vietnam’s investment and trade ties with the European Union are expected to receive a new boost. However, materialising these expectations depends largely on the success of the country’s efforts to accelerate regulatory reforms.

08 03 2020

Public companies may receive a penalty of VND2-3 billion (US$87,120-130,700) for falsifying share listing and trading documents under a proposal from the Ministry of Finance.

08 01 2020

The condotel market has faced a gloomy period due to low absorption rate while inventory has been on the rise, experts said.

07 31 2020

Foreign investors are making new investments moves into Vietnam on the back of supporting policies and new rules. However, as some legal concerns remain, the development of the next steps still requires some preparation.

07 29 2020

Viet Nam attracted US$3.15 billion worth of foreign direct investment (FDI) and capital for share purchases from July 1 to July 20, representing a rise of 79.8 per cent against the same period last year and 76.2 per cent against June, the latest updates of the Foreign Investment Agency showed.

07 28 2020

With immense potential and removal of foreign ownership limits, Vietnam could become a darling for multinational and local fintech firms alike that want to reap the fruits of the booming market.

07 27 2020

A new regulation permitting the construction of small apartment units in commercial projects has sparked controversy among developers and policymakers when it came into effect on July 1.

07 25 2020

Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung urged local companies to utilise their relative advantages over foreign firms during the pandemic to go on an M&A spree and buy into promising overseas enterprises.

07 23 2020

Rooftop solar development in Vietnam seems to be immune from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic thanks to its government’s concrete measures.

07 22 2020

Vietnam has demonstrated significant progress in promoting renewable energy thanks to its policies over recent years, but it remains in question whether or not the development of solar and other energies in the nation’s new energy development strategy for the next decades can take centre stage.

07 21 2020

The wave of transiting factories out of China by multinational companies, assistance from primary preferential trade agreements, and international acknowledgement of effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic from the Vietnamese government have greatly increased the chances of welcoming more investments in the country’s industrial real estate arena.

07 21 2020

Vietnam’s ranking continues to rise in the list of transparent property markets, making luxury projects more attractive to foreign investors.

07 18 2020

The Ministry of Public Security has proposed not granting ownership certificates to allow condotels, tourist villas and officetels to be turned into residential projects.

07 15 2020

As Vietnam is attracting high-quality foreign inflows, domestic firms now have an even greater opportunity to draw technology transfer to improve added value in its manufacturing industry.

07 14 2020

Speeding up infrastructure development and improving ease of doing business and vocational training are among things Viet Nam can do to make itself more attractive to foreign investors post-Covid-19, according to investment fund VinaCapital.

07 14 2020

Privately-placed corporate bonds can no longer be sold within their first year of issuance, according to a new decree.

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